- Full liters of beer.
- Pretzels the size of your head.
- Rotisserie chickens baked to perfection.
- Oompah polka bands. Six million people!
What else could we be talking about besides the annual Oktoberfest, held in Munich, Germany!?
Recently, I posted one of the best read articles on the site, Oktoberfest: Everything you need to know. Even those that aren’t in Germany still felt like they could get a glimpse into the fun and atmosphere of the world’s largest beer festival. Traveler’s loved it because it was so thorough with all the tips and tricks you need if you plan on heading to Oktoberfest.
But what if you didn’t read it because you know you won’t be going to Oktoberfest? Well, we have great news…
Even if you can’t make it to Oktoberfest this year, we are bringing Oktoberfest to you!!!
Economical Excursionists is pairing up with two local bloggers who love life in Germany, cultural experiences and travel as much as we do to bring you one amazing Oktoberfest Giveaway!
Help me give a warm Economical Excursionists welcome to:
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Oktoberfest Giveaway Details
So, you want awesome, FREE Oktoberfest goodies? By entering into the sweepstakes below, you can be entered into win!
One (1) Leiderhosen Apron– good for all those brats you’ll want to grill up
Two (2) Authentic Munich Hofbräuhaus beer hall Maß– perfect for ice cold Biers (one liter each to be exact!)
One (1) Mini Maß filled with local Bavarian gummies– because who doesn’t love gummies!?
One (1) Satchel printed with the Bavarian Flag – ideal for carrying your Maß in
One (1) Package of mini Bavarian Chocolates from local Bavarian Chocolatier -uuum chocolate. Do I really need to say more??
One (1) Faux Lebkuchenherzn Necklace made from local Bavarian Chocolates “Gruß vom Oktoberfest” (Translation: Greetings from Oktoberfest)– since nothing says fashion like wearing chocolate around your neck
One (1) I (heart) Germany tissue packet– for those moments when you get sad that your Maß is empty
One (1) Bayern Postcard showing daily life and scenes in beautiful Bavaria– optimal for showing all your friends that you won an amazing, authentic German giveaway!
Note: Each Step is One (1) Entry. You can do as many steps as you want…but the more you complete, the more entries you receive!
To learn more about or to connect with the amazing woman contributing to this giveaway, go check out what they have to say about life, travel and Germany!
MilliGFunk blogs about travel, healthy living, and home at MilliGFunk.com. Follow her on Bloglovin’, Pinterest, and Instagram
North of Something is a family travel blog that includes book reviews and travel tips for kids! Follow North of Something on Bloglovin, Instagram and Pinterest
Fine Print and Details of Giveaway:
Who can enter – All readers who reside within the US or hold a US address, such as APO, PO Box, etc are eligible to enter
Duration – Raffle will be held September 21st-25th, 2015. Winner will be randomly chosen on September 26th, 2015 with the package being shipped out the following week.
How to enter – Each reader can enter as many times as the Rafflecopter will allow per account
How Winner Is Chosen – Winner will be chosen randomly through the Rafflecopter application
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I think the best part of attending Oktoberfest in Germany would be the authentic food!
I totally agree! Wish we could send some good pretzels and hendle but, you know…those pesky customs rules!
Can I enter from the Czech Republic? Shipping is much cheaper there than to the U.S…. just saying 🙂
Cynthia, where do you live? Maybe next time we are in the neighborhood, I could bring it to you if you win! Send me an Email [email protected]
The best part of going to Oktoberfest is experiencing the culture! Although I have been to Oktoberfest in the past, we just went to the rides and walked around. Visiting a tent with all of the entertainment would be amazing!
How did you skip on the tents!? They are so much fun! Maybe one day in the future….
I love the fall and all the festivals! My favorite part would be trying different foods! I also would like the crafts to buy.
The best thing would be the customs and food.
Fascinating prize! Would be so happy to win this! 🙂
The best part of going to Oktoberfest in Germany would be the opportunity to visit Germany. I have never been there and have always wanted to visit.
I agree! While Oktoberbest is a fun time, there is SO much more to Germany than beer festivals!
Love to see the country of our heritage.
I have been to Germany and the food was great. Loved the bakery….
The best part would be the food and the beer!
Winning this prize would be vunderbar!! 🙂
The best part of Oktoberfest? The giant pretzels followed by people watching (how many different dirndls!) Seriously…….
Would love to be in Germany for the fest but this is still closer than I was!
The festivities, food and drinks (beer, of course!) would be the best!
I think the best part would be seeing all of the beautiful costumes and learning about their customs.
The Trachten (Dirndles and Liederhosen) are so beautiful!
What do you think would be the best part about going to Oktoberfest in Germany? Tasting the authentic foods and drink
I would enjoy the food and the music and the drinks
Wish I could be at Oktoberfest! Thanks for taking us there through your blog!
I love the fall festivals everywhere!
Best thing about Oktoberfest is meeting friends from across the world and making new friends from around the world!
It is the perfect time to meet up…of you can find them in the sea of people! 😉
The very best part of Oktoberfest would be to people watch, while, of course, indulging in the local foods and beverages!
I agree! There are some ODD characters at Oktoberfest that make it quite interesting to just sit back and watch!
The best part for me, would be to see and learn about my heritage. I am German, but have never been there, but I long to.
It is pretty cool being in the land where you know your ancestors once lived! Hopefully one day you can make it!
What a good idea, I hope we get to attend Oktoberfest soon!
all the yummy food and beer
Best part of Oktoberfest is eating all the delicious foods!
The best part about going to Oktoberfest in Germany is the beer!
Nice! The best part for me is the FOOD!
The beer obviously! I love Duvel beer so that would be the best part for sure!
Andy LOVES Belgian beer (maybe even more than German beer…shhh!)but you still can’t go wrong w/ the German classics!
Besides the beer, it’s a beautiful place to be any time of year and I imagine it’s even better now.
Thanks for the chance to win!
I think the fun and food would be the best parts.
The best part about going to the Oktoberfest would be seeing all the people wearing Trachten – when I was there in 1982, it wasn’t that much of a big style, but it’s now super hip to be in your Dirndl and Lederhosen.
The best thing about Oktoberfest is the food, beer and the culture!
The best part is getting dressed up in pretty dirndls 🙂
I just got back from Oktoberfest yesterday and had to (sadly) skip on the dirndle…3 months pregnant= hard enough to fit ONE person into that dress, let alone TWO! Can’t wait to have it back on for fest season in the spring!
My favorite part of attending Oktoberfest is probably just enjoying the atmosphere with family and friends. Plus the amazing food. 🙂
I was at Octoberfest in 1989 and the best part was wearing more beer than I drank and the rotisserie chicken was amazing.